Youth Learn to Skate

Learn to Skate: An Initiation to Hockey Program

Introduces skating and hockey skills (with emphasis on skating) to children ages 4-7 in two 6-week sessions, meeting once weekly on Saturdays.  A fun, first experience on the ice.

Session 1 . See MAHA Website for Details

Session 2:  See MAHA Website for Details

Fee: TBD per session.

All necessary equipment, other than skates, is available to rent .

USA Hockey registration is NOT necessary for this program.

Please contact us at and we can help. More Information 


Adult Hockey Programs at the Memorial Sports Center

Dates and Times can change, please check schedule page for curent schedules

Mystix  Saturdays 4:45 PM-6:15 PM   Mostly novice to intermediate women. Contact Sue Staats

Two Valley Moose Sunday evenings 5:45 PM-7:15 PM  

Bill Biederman

Sunday Night Men Sunday Night traditionally called "Men's League"  Sunday nights: 7:30-9:00PM

The local, fast, skilled Ice Hockey weekly game. Two house teams. Organized scrimmages versus Champlain Valley area adult teams.  A great way to stay in shape, play in a friendly, fun as well as competitive environment. Full equipment required. No Hitting. Slap shots are permitted. Limited full season positions available.

This Group represents Middlebury in the Burlington Full Stride league the last 2 years? Our team name is Any Given Sunday and this year we played winter, spring, summer and fall. We have come in second two times, and this session it looks like we will be competing in the championship game again. Hopefully!

To get more information, sign up or be placed on the sub-list email:

Henry Harper -  or

Sherm Grant -

Monday Knights 8:00 PM-9:30 PM Matt Longman

Tuesday Night Adult  Hockey  9:15 PM-10:30 PM  Relaxed and fun hockey, mixed skill range, coed.  email Erik Vose to inquire about joining

Wednesday Morning Pond Hockey 6:45 AM-7:45 AM most Wednesdays starting in November.  This is 3-on-3, cross-ice with slot goals.  All levels welcome.  Mostly low-intermediate to skilled regulars.  It's a great way to start the work day.  It is super fun!  For more info and to skate, contact Tim Hodson

Mort’s Adult S&P  noon – 1:00 pm most Wednesdays.   An opportunity for older or less skilled players to work on their skills in a stick and puck setting that is slower paced. For more information or to register contact Eric Mortensen

Wednesday Night Hockey 9:15 PM-10:45 PM John Kiernan Beginner through intermediate with wide range of abilities, slower pace and laid back atmosphere with focus on having fun. Not open for walk-ins, but we provide a rolling sub list.  If interested, Email

Thursday Mornings 7:00AM to 8:00 AM

Thursday Co-Ed Hockey 9:15-10:30pm  Tracy Longchamp, 462-2972, 989-2057 Relaxed and fun hockey, mixed skill range, coed.  Call or email to inquire about joining. 

Friday Night Hockey   9:15 - 10:45.  Quick and fun game.  Non-checking pond hockey style of play. If interested in filling in as a substitute, Contact

Matthew Biette at

Friday Night Introduction to hockey

7:45 PM-9:00 PM  Adult introduction to hockey instructional program.  Co-ed intro hockey. Here's an opportunity to get started in adult hockey, or to work on your existing hockey skills! 30 minutes of instructional drills and 30 minutes of games.  

   Contact Mike Morgan: 802-388-1238      EMAIL:

 Program Description

201 Intermediate Hockey Clinic

We are excited to announce we are once again offering five Hockey  201 clinics for mid new and mid, intermediate skaters  The dates combined withe the intro session  Above All clinics are one hour long and will be taught by Mike Morgan (or Guest Instructor)… a former Nichols College player, and Youth Coach. Cost is $100 for the season Otherwise, cost is $10 per one hour clinic/session. All players will be required to sign a waiver and wear full hockey gear. 30 minits of skill development and 30 min cross ice games.

   Contact Mike Morgan: 802-388-1238      EMAIL:

Youth Hockey Programs

The programs are developed and run by the Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA). The purpose of MAHA is to organize, manage, and promote youth hockey in the general region of Addison County, Vermont under the auspices of the VERMONT STATE AMATEUR HOCKEY ASSOCIATION, INC. (VSAHA) and USA HOCKEY, INC. Hockey and skating  programs are available for youth from 4 to 18 years old.  MAHA Is guided by the following core values of USA Hockey, Inc.: Sportsmanship, Respect for the individual, Integrity, Pursuit of Excellence at the individual Team and organizational levels, Enjoyment, Loyalty, Teamwork.
For more information visit the MAHA web site at


High School Hockey

The Memorial Sports Center hosts some of the most exciting high school hockey games in the state.  Go Tigers!